Year 1

 

 Welcome to Year 1!

In Year 1 you will find Mrs Ronicle, Mrs Penchion and Mrs Sheldon-Price

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Meet the teachers:

                                    

 

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Mrs Penchion’s

favourite things are:

Family

Running

Gardening – I love helping out in the school garden

Cooking

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Year 1 is a journey –

a journey filled with learning and fun!

In Year 1 we believe that developing independence and forming secure relationships are essential in order for the children to travel on their learning journey. We love to learn new songs that celebrate our faith in God and try to make positive choices in everything we do. We are busy bees who complete challenges every day and we always try our best no matter how tricky something may be. We are all special in Year 1 and we tell ourselves this everyday!

No day is ever the same in Year 1 and that’s the way we like it!

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Our Latest News

Spring 1:

Half term newsletter:

Our class newsletter: Spring 1 newsletter

Spring 2:

Newsletter:Letter home

Important dates for the half term:

 

Autumn 2: At the end of last half term and the beginning of this one, we have been exploring numbers to 10! Here is some of the super group work we did when finding number bonds to 10 in different ways!

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Information about Planning

Long Term Plan – Long term plan 18-19

Autumn 1:

Medium term plan – Autumn 1_ Year 1 Curriculum overview – Year 1 18.19

RE planning –

Autumn 2:

Medium term plan –Autumn 2_ Year 1 Curriculum overview  – Year 1 18-19

RE planning –  Mary, Mother of God

Spring 1:

Medium term plan –Spring 1 Year 1 Curriculum overview Year 1 18-19

RE planning – Families & Celebrations

Spring 2:

Medium term plan –ER yr1 2018-19 MTP Spr2 (1)

RE planning –Spr 2 yr1 RE planning ER

Summer 1:

Medium term plan –

RE planning –

Summer 2:

Medium term plan –

RE planning –

 

 

 

 

 

 

Helping at Home

Following our Maths information evening for parents, we have shared some useful documents to see how Maths is taught in school. The most effective way for you to help would be to practise the ‘progression in number facts’ and times tables.

Parents’ Information Evening Nov 18

Progression in number facts

Rothwell St Mary’s Calculation Policy

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